SANDSTORM FILMS

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T+44 (0)1672 642042 E:bookings@sandstormfilms.com

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BOOKINGS & QUOTES
Jenny Chapman

NEW BUSINESS
Josh Archer

PRODUCTION
Mark Patterson

TECHNODOLLY TECHNICAL
Tom Davies (Big T)

POST PRODUCTION
Ed Moorhouse

T: +44 (0)1672 642042

E: bookings@sandstormfilms.com

T: +44 (0)1672 642042

E: bookings@sandstormfilms.com

OTHER USEFUL STUFF

SANDSTORM FILMS: HQ & STUDIOS

Nestled on the edge of the Cotswolds and less than a minutes drive from junction 15 on the M4. Sandstorm provide international rates without the hassle of the travel

SANDSTORM
The Old Dairy
Badbury
Wiltshire
SN4 0EU
T: +44 (0)1672 642042

TRAVEL TIPS

Closest train station
SWINDON (15 mins taxi ride)

FROM LONDON
CAR = M4 West 60-90 min
TRAIN = Paddington 45 min

FROM HEATHROW
CAR = M4 West 45-60 min
TRAIN = 90-110 min

Public transport to Sandstorm is expensive, the car is (regrettably) preferable for convenience. For speed, the quickest train to Swindon from Paddington is now 45 mins, many clients have commented that getting here is as fast as getting across London. For large crews/extras we recommend large taxis and coach hire.

Remote viewing is available on all shoots at no extra charge.

 

STUDIO TOUR

Take a virtual reality tour around the Sandstorm Films facilities.

ACCOMMODATION

Sandstorm subsidise local accommodation for all large studio hires and full productions. We also provide a shuttlebus to keep travel to an absolute minimum and to make your production as stress free as possible. 

Take the hassle out of your production and let us book this for you.  

SANDSTORM TEAM

Just some of the team that make ideas into reality.

CAREERS

We’re always on the lookout for talented and enthusiastic team members, but here’s what makes Sandstorm a truly unique place to work.

LOCKDOWN FILMS

While lockdown stopped film production around the world, at Sandstorm our team moved into the studios to allow us to keep filming, safely, whilst abiding by the government and WHO guidelines during Covid-19 lockdown. What began as something to do on the weekend’s quickly became a regular, somewhat ludicrous series of films.